Season’s Greetings from New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute Best Wishes for a Wonderful Holiday Season and Joyous New Year! Dr.’s Mazzola, Tomycz, Sanchez-Ortiz and Staff
Marijuana In the plant kingdom, there are angiosperms (kind of like ferns) that have flowers. In the Cannabaceae family, the plant genus Cannabis is also known as hemp, although this term is often used to refer only to varieties of
At least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, nine to 11 hours of sleep a night, and no more than two hours a day of recreational screen time were tied to higher mental test scores. Click here to read
The first rule of soccer is pretty obvious: don’t use your hands. But soccer’s signature move, heading the ball, can cause a detectable impact on players’ brains. And according to a study published Tuesday in Radiology, female players are more
Morristown Medical Center was recognized by Healthgrades as one of the Top 50 hospital in the nation, based on clinical outcomes three years in a row! Click here to watch their video.
Do you ever struggle with getting your kids off the screen? Does it often end in tears (both theirs and yours)? This could help. Click here to view this article.
PUSH TO WALK. A great non-profit organization that helps people living with SPINAL CORD INJURY. Businessman wouldn’t let two nor’easters, a power outage and about 2 feet of snow stop last week’s Push to Walk fundraisers. Click here to read
OUR TWO NEW DOCTORS If you know a child with SEIZURES or EPILEPSY please call our team! Drs. Leyda Sanchez-Ortiz and Luke Tomycz are specialists in treating children with epilepsy. We are so happy to have them as part of New Jersey
“Levetiracetam (Keppra) offers greater efficacy than phenobarbital in preventing monotherapy failure in infants with nonsyndromic epilepsy, according to the findings of a multicenter prospective observational study published in JAMA Pediatrics.”1 Basically, what that means, is that Keppra is more effective
Please JOIN US for an amazing evening for an AWESOME CAUSE. The Goryeb Children’s Hospital Craniofacial Center in conjunction with Morristown Medical Center are hosting an evening to benefit infants and children born with facial or skull deformities. These amazing